Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
The Christmas shopping season starts in truly magical style on Friday 30 November.
TOP businesses stepped into the spotlight at the glittering trophy presentation ceremony for the Spirit of Enterprise Awards, the most prestigious annual celebration of business excellence in the Great Yarmouth borough.
Be in with a chance to win £500 prize money and more - the search is on for Norfolk's environmental heroes
Are you an individual, group member, business, food producer or schools that feels passionate about protecting the environment? If so, why not enter the 2019 Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards?
Private sector landlords in part of Great Yarmouth invited to information sessions about agreed Selective Licensing Scheme
PRIVATE sector landlords with properties located within the area of a new Selective Licensing Scheme in Great Yarmouth will be able to apply for their required licence from Monday, December 3, in readiness for the agreed scheme going live on January 7, 2019.
Completion of Norfolk County Council's project to transform the railway station forecourt in Great Yarmouth was celebrated with its official launch today (Wednesday 21 November).
GREAT Yarmouth is getting into the festive spirit with four weekly Christmas Markets set to create a truly magical shopping experience for visitors to the town centre from Friday (November 30)
From Saturday 1st to Sunday 23rd December, The Annotated Reader will be exhibited in five locations across Great Yarmouth: The Train Station, The Minster, Market Gates, 167a King Street and The Library.
THE most prestigious annual celebration of business excellence in the Great Yarmouth borough, the Spirit of Enterprise Awards, will culminate this Friday (November 23) in a glittering trophy presentation ceremony, at the Town Hall.
The Council has been named as a highly commended finalist for driving growth.
MAKE sure you grasp the opportunity to get involved in the Waterways restoration. That's the message from the two gardeners appointed to help reinstate the planting scheme and care for the park into the future.
A moving letter written by a young soldier from Great Yarmouth during WW1 which came to light this summer will be read during the Festival of Remembrance at the Hippodrome Circus on Armistice Day. A cast of over 70 musicians and performers will take part in the event which will see poppies flow down from the ceiling during the two minutes' silence.
Hundreds of red poppy leaves made by local schoolchildren will cascade from the ceiling of the Hippodrome Circus at the Norfolk Festival of Remembrance on the afternoon of Armistice Day to commemorate the end of WW1.
GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council's nationally-acclaimed approach continues to strengthen communities and improve life chances with a boost of just over £700,000 of National Lottery funding, bringing the total amount towards the programme to £3.1 million.
Construction of a new distinctive housing scheme at Beacon Park has begun.
This year marks the centenary of the Armistice, the end of the First World War - and the public are invited to attend remembrance events and activities being held in the Great Yarmouth borough.
A Winter Festival will get shoppers into the Christmas spirit in Great Yarmouth town centre this year. And traders and micro-breweries are now invited to book one of the gazebos or beautifully-decorated wooden chalets that will be centre stage in the festivities.
NORFOLK'S most famous son and Britain's greatest naval hero will be remembered at the annual Trafalgar Day Service, to be held at Nelson's monument, Great Yarmouth, on Sunday, October 21, at 1pm.
COUPLES looking to tie the knot are invited to a special Wedding Open Day at Great Yarmouth's historic Town Hall on Saturday, October 13, from 10am to 12.30pm.